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Living in Glasgow, with weedge in-laws, I'll stand up for a sing-song east coast dialect over a nasal, 3000mph, incomprehensible drill to the ear drums any day.

But each tae there ain likes ken?
 

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Living in Glasgow, with weedge in-laws, I'll stand up for a sing-song east coast dialect over a nasal, 3000mph, incomprehensible drill to the ear drums any day.
What east coast dialect is sing-song then? Totes agree re nasality but west coast accent is known for its up and doon sing-songiness*.


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Living in Glasgow, with weedge in-laws, I'll stand up for a sing-song east coast dialect over a nasal, 3000mph, incomprehensible drill to the ear drums any day.

But each tae there ain likes ken?
I so agree.
 

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What east coast dialect is sing-song then? Totes agree re nasality but west coast accent is known for its up and doon sing-songiness*.


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We'll I'm a Fifer, and from my former neck of the woods, its not so much going up at the end of a sentence but the over-enunciation of every vowel that gives the accent a bounciness IMO. Always found "working class" Edinburgh to be similar sounding but a bit faster.
 

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